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himself in his apartment. we're live on the scene. good morning everyone. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. welcome to news4 today. it's 50 degrees. little bit of a wet start. let's check in with tom kierein with forecast. tom, hi. >> good morning. when you went to bed last night, you probably saw a lot fog in your neighborhood. it's pretty much gone. the winds have picked up sweeping the fog away. we've had overnight sprinkles too. they're gone now. as we look at the view from space, the satellite image showing a few clouds lingering over the metro area in parts of northern virginia and maryland. there are breaks in the clouds over the shenandoah vaey. parts of the northern neck. cloud cover there beginning to break up a little bit. temperatures right now around the metro area in fairfax, arlington, prince george's, arlington in the upper 40s. it's in the low 50s much of southern maryland around the bay and on the even shore and northern neck and farther west. from prince william county, stafford, loudoun and fauquier, in the upper 40s. cooler shendoah valley. by 6:00 a.m., still a l
boards before. my name is aaron goldsmith. i applied for a few things before. this is a board where my position as community member regionally and geographically. my commute patterns will be helpful. i worked well with the city and the oaklands. i first heard about the cta in grad school. i was studying as inner local inner regional body. my interest in transportation, i'm a computer and -- commuter and i like to serve the city. >> do you see yourself having a particular focus of priority as a member of the cse? >> two things, i would like to -- my interest are basically west to east and east to west since i live in the sun set. i'm also curious to see how the brt come through. >> okay. any comments or questions? thank you mr. goldsmith. any other candidate for district four seat or district six seat? we have any candidates for district nine come forward. if you're interested in making a statement. >> i enjoyed my role on the citizen's advisory committee. being a committee member who held them accountable and transparent. additionally i say my over ten years of work in the community,
milton's friend and former supervisor aaron peskin. >> thank you peter. thanks to abbey, to the children, to his brother and sister and milton's friends. i think you heard it. milton was a mensh. he was a absolute definition of a mensh. i didn't meet milton in politics. i met him in the historic preservation day and i can't remember where but it was 96 or 97 and i was making my usual fuss in saving the columbo building on column bus avenue and milton said there is a way to get if done but the way you're doing it might not be the right way". but i came to understand he was not only a historic preservationists and later on i got to know him as an environmentalists. he was a quiet warrior. he was' resentless quiet warrior and what senator leno didn't tell you and mark and i served on the finance committee and got that $250,000 and doubled down and walked out with a half million dollars and he was relentless and you ask how much is it going to cost to leave the office and we will pay you, and he maintained that commitment to those things and those that don't know me i come from the dem
on this tragic story tomorrow. turning back to army-navy, joined by spencer tillman and aaron taylor. heartwrenching close for trent steelman at army. >> spencer: a recurring theme in his four years as signal caller at army, the fumbles. the missed punt was a major problem. ular redixon on this particular play. one of the fumbles on the day. it was costly. two seasons ago, shades of that, trailing 17-7 first and goal navy three yard line and steelman fumbles the ball again. this was two years ago. niumatalolo consoling him but this is the type of thing that happens. it defines your career for good or bad. it's a difficult thing to swallow. >> aaron: my heart goes out to him but to that young man life is 10% of what happens to you and 90% what you do about it. the young navy quarterback's arm, his ability to throw won navy that game. >> tim: the heisman trophy presentation is only hours away. earlier we spoke with all three candidates. >> definitely times i would rather sit back and be like collin and deliver strikes all over the place. you've got to
is coming up next. cunningham, with words for aaron rodgers. wendy's coming up next with these messages. ♪ ♪ no two people have the same financial goals. pnc works with you to understand yours and help plan for your retirement. visit a branch or call now for your personal retirement review. just waiting for inspiration to strike. and there it is! done. genius. give the gift of dunkin' coffee. get two pounds for $14.99, only at dunkin' restaurants. america runs on dunkin'. >>> welcome to the wendy's post game report. here now bob costas. >> the packers take a game lead over chicago with a win at soldier field next week. they're only a half game back from the 49ers from the number two seed in the nfc and the niners have to play the patriots in foxborough next week. stars of the game, aaron rodgers, didn't throw for a td, but did have a long td run. trammen williams, a lot of man coverage on calvin johnson. you are never going to stop him. but when the game was in doubt, held him very much in check. >> michele: you had just 16 offensive plays in the first half. your coach mike mccarthy
thanks for joining us on news4 today. i'm erika gonzalez in for eun yang. >>> i'm aaron gilchrist. we take a look at the nation's capitol. 36 frigid degrees if you're lucky at this hour. veronica johnson has our forecast. >>> that's right. while we have the 30s, we have wind blowing. much less than yesterday, but what we have is bringing down the temperatures. the windchill readings. look at this. right now feeling like anywhere from 25 to 29 degrees out there. 25 in gaithersburg, montgomery county. 29 in fredericksburg. spotsylvania. plenty cold this morning. here's what to expect today. it's going to be dry. by 8:00 a.m., a partly cloudy sky, 28 to 33 degrees. then lunchtime today, some high clouds will be moving in. not bad outside. seasonable conditions when you consider that our average right now is at 40 degrees. today, 36 to 41. then when we get into the 4:00 and 5:00 hour, mostly cloudy, cool. you might say it's the calm before the storm. 37 to 42 degrees our temperature. that snow starts developing between 1:00 and 3:00 a.m. saturday morning. let's see if we've got any tr
to news4 today. i am eun yang. >>> good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. we're also following breaking news overseas. overnight we've learned nbc news chief foreign cross dent richard engel and his crew are safe after being kidnapped in syria. they had not been heard from since thursday. nbc reports that they had been held captive by an unknown group not loyal to the assad regime. the kidnappers attempted to transport them when they hit a checkpoint and gunfire erupted. everyone in that crew is safe. they're out of the country, back in turkey of the we'll follow the story throughout the morning. stay with us for updates. >>> there is rain on the radar right now. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is here with with us now for what it means to us. tom, good morning. >> that rain is in to west virginia now. it's coming from an upper level disturbance that been moving in along a front that's going to sweep in later today and bring us gusty winds. getting sprinkles of rain. much of west virginia into southeastern ohio, western pennsylvania. this disturbance going to pass right over our regio
news concerning a certain japanese american left tenant or aaron wataga >> yeah, lieutenant aaron wataga >> could you talk about how that story influenced your process and your writing of this play? . >> as i worked with the question of the no no boy, this whole thing with lieutenant aaron pataga who was a japanese american lieutenant who refused deployment to iraq. he said i'll serve anywhere else, but i refuse to go to iraq on the grounds that he believed it's unconstitutional. he is in the process of being court martialed, i think most recently there was something like a mistrial and i don't know if he's come up again. but what's interesting is that the lieutenant aaron wataga case as it played out in, quote, the ethnic newspapers, japanese american community, has brought about sort of what i think is a similar response to the no no boys in that he is being viewed not by all, but certainly by the military groups, the ones that were extraordinarily brave, the 442nd, by some of them as a traitor and as a coward. lieutenant aaron wataga should serve. and what's interesting is, aga
. toward the beltway, 109 high at as town. also great at father hurley boulevard. aaron, erika. >>> this is a crucial day in the effort to keep the country from going off the fiscal cliff. president obama meets with congressional leaders this afternoon. white house is denying reports to send a scaled back plan to congress. a deal at this point would probably extend bush era tax cuts for most americans and raise taxes on the country's top earners. it could also include an extension of long-term unemployment benefits, spending cuts would also be postponed. house speaker john boehner will be at the meeting today. the house will convene for a rare sunday evening session. house majority leader eric cantor says the house could be in session until january 2nd, the day before the new congress is sworn in. boehner, meanwhile, maintains that it's up to the senate to act first. >>> millions of americans may watch the ball drop new year's eve in times square, but a group of democrats is organizing its own ball drop on capitol hill. they'll launch their countdown today. their ball represent
. aaron, erika? >> thank you, mike. >>> new this morning, the springfield interchange back open after a deadly crash on the beltway. three people died when a pickup truck slammed into a tractor-trailer. this happened on the ramp from the beltway to i-95. that crash happened about 7:00 last night. the cause is still under investigation. police shut down the ramp as a precaution. it has since reopened. that happened just before 2:00 this morning. >>> negotiations will resume today at the white house on a deal to keep the country from going over the so-called fiscal cliff. president obama will meet with congressional leaders this afternoon with just four days left to reach an agreement. with time running out, it appears a deal at this point would likely include an extension of tax cuts for the middle class and a cancellation of spending cuts. an aide to senate minority leader mitch mcconnell says the republican senator is eager, quote-unquote, to hear from the president. >>> house lawmakers are heading back to washington ahead of a deal. john boehner called the house back into session fo
games. >> good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. let's start with a live look outside at 6:00 a.m. it's a chilly 39 degrees outside our studios and there's nothing falling. just cold. >> that's how we are starting things off but how will it end? here to tells more is storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein. >> the temperature there is actually kind of picking up heat from our building because farther away it's at or below freezing. on the bay waters and on the tidal potomac where reagan national is near the freezing mark. cloudiness over our region. farther to our south we have sprinkles of light rain southern virginia into the carolinas. more moderate showers now moving into eastern tennessee and kentucky and that's going to be advancing toward the metro area but not until late this morning and perhaps during the afternoon we'll get some of that rain moving in. right now it's cold. below freezing. all of virginia, all of maryland except near the waters and in west virginia and some locations it's down into upper teens to near 20 degrees. so as that moisture arrives later today, comin
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with conditional use authorization. so here to speak more about this ordinance for us is aaron star from the planning department and i believe we also have regina from the small business commission. >> mr. star. >> aaron star from planning department staff. the planning commission considered this item at their last week's november 29th hearing, they voted unanimously to approve it. the commission found that personal service was originally prohibited from the third floor in order to try to preserve housing on the third floor, but now that the valencia neighborhood commercial transit district has adequate protections to prohibit the conversion of residential units on the third floor that allowing this use on the third floor with conditional use
notorious purportedly haunted places in the world you'll find these three brave souls, zach, nick and aaron. >> gives off a high spike. >> 150% believing behind there is life after death because i've seen an actual figure standing two feet in front of my face that scared the living daylights out of me and we all have. zach and aaron, we're all believers now. >> reporter: they're investigators of paranormal activity they pride themselves on debunking myths and collecting evidence with dusk to dawn lockdowns. >> you have to come with us like do you tonight. >> reporter: somehow they managed to convince me to tag along to snug harbor in staten island, new york. an investigation that would eventually leave me standing in a darkened attic all alone with nothing but a camera and a high frequency microphone in the hopes i would capture a spirit talking to me. is there anyone in here? to figure out i ended up there we should start pe beginning. zach is a documentarian turned ghost hunter that says he sees dead people and talks to them. >> i see time capsules that hide skree secrets of the past. the
basketball. a matchup of highly rated teams. here's aaron gordon. 14-6 early. game would go into overtime. kentucky commits aaron harrison. 54-53. last chance. scoring with the basketball. it's up. it is... no good. you know, they covered him. they triple-teamed that guy and he only had 14 points in a nationally televised game. 56-53 in ot is the final. >>> jim harbaugh's travel plans kick off tonight's top 5. >> have you ever done the freedom trail in boston? if you are completely bored at 2 a.m. in the morning on saturday night, it's a good thing for you to do, take your mind off the game a little bit. >> we'll be staying in providence. >> well, forget that. >> any tips for providence? >> no, i do not. can't help you with that. >> at no. 4, carmelo anthony had 32 points in four minutes and the knicks beat the lakers. no. 3, eagles turned it over five times. that's a touchdown. the bengals, 34-14. no. 2, a whole new meaning to the term locking helmets. a little too close for comfort. but everything is okay. and no. 1, watch how much morningside quarterback joel nixon has to run. they di
and washington. aaron rodgers and the pack trying to clinch the nfc north. facing chicago, jay cutler over the middle to brandon marshall. breaks a tackle, stiff-arms another. 30 second left in the first half. it's tied. aaron rodgers, james jones, they hooked up three times today. packers win 21-13. they clinch the nfc north. andrew luck and the colts trying to clinch a playoff spot. 3-0 texas. matt schaub to andrew johnson for the touchdown. 13-3 houston. the punt, scoops it up, scores, texans win 29-17. houston clinches the afc south. are you guys staying with me? peyton manning and the broncos seeking their 9th straight win in baltimore. broncos lead, but ravens on the doorstep of the end zone. denver's chris harris picked off joe flak coast. broncos win 34-1. baltimore loses their third straight game. their lead is just a game. maybe they fired the wrong coordinator. they fired cam cameron last week, but they can't stop opposing off fences. >> so busy on game day. >> yes, indeed. we'll have a complete report from new england on that game. vern glen will be with the raiders. we have a
that aaron rodgers is going to put up points and have big numbers. but christian ponder has to come up big. he's got to do it on the road. and the last time they were in green bay, he threw a couple big interceptions that turned the game around. he's going to have to play well under the playoff pressure. i think you have to like aaron rodgers and the packers in that game. >> all right, on to the afc. the broncos have home field. the patriots also have a bye. surging cincinnati travels to houston in the early game on saturday with coverage beginning at 4:00 eastern here on nbc. the colts will head to baltimore to face the ravens on sunday at 1:00 eastern time on cbs. so, tony, what's your overview of the afc? >> well, it really is setting up for a new england/denver championship game, and i think it's going to be great with tom brady playing against peyton manning. that's the way i kind of see the whole thing playing out. but i'm excited about our game on saturday night. we're going to have houston and cincinnati. and matt schaub, the pressure is on him. houston was 11-1 at one point. schau
-and-run on camera. aaron was riding his scooter in the evening. the car you can see clearly collide with the scooter. stop for a brief second and then take off. aaron died at the hospital just hours later. >> seeing that made me give me a little hope. >> now at least police and family and friends have something to go on. at least now they know that is a four-door light colored sedan. >> i think it will help all of us start to grieve a little bit better. >> they had nothing to go on before this tape surfaced. >> going from no clue what's so ever to the type of vehicle, the color and almost make and model of this vehicle, that's huge. >> and the car the guy was driving has to have some damage in the front, but what great thinking of this reporter to be curious enough to ask the shop if they had a surveillance camera and that they were able to get a clear enough idea of what actually happened. >> they're going to find someone, because of this video. >>> during time of year, one of the favorite things to do is sit on santa the lap to ask for your favorites gifts. these two little girl, 9-year-old brookl
on the beltway from the dulles toll road to the interchange at 55 miles an hour. aaron, angie? >> thank you, mike. >>> a fixture on the potomac river since the 1940s could be closing. jack's boathouse has been renting canoes for decades. the national park service owns that land and notified the tenant he had to vacate by the end of january. he says he's begun the process of notifying boat owners and 27 employees that will be terminated. >> everything had to be out in 30 days. >> we called the park service for comment but they have not returned our calls. fans of jack's boathouse started a facebook page to try to save the landmark. >>> the mars rover curiosity is about to do something never done before on the red plant. the rover will descend into a ditch and start searching for rocks to drill. right now curiosity is scouring that ditch known as yellow knife bay providing information to nasa back here on earth. it's also the rover can collect a drilled sample to analyze which will be the first for this mission. >>> santa we know is a very busy guy traveling around the world delivering presents to
aaron berger will be out here.we have a certain amount of quantity we will ship immediately but we are this close to having what we call extended delivery. if you want to get yours right away because what we ship within 48 hours. i just want to make sure, a lot of people are shopping with us to have never shopped with us before.at hsn we have flexpay you do not need to qualify for. you just need to a major credit card. all we need is her name address and we could even ship it to another in another city or state it does not cost you anything. $39.99 plus tax today and it gets shipped within 48 hours. anybody who calls after theext two hours i would say in all likelihood will go into extended delivery. they may have to wait a little bit longer to get their kindle- fire.and here is what you get.you get the usb that is how charge it stylus earbudsa $25 gift certificate. aaron berger is esses are electronic expert. he has sold every single tablet (...) >>guest: known to man, womanild >>host: that is not an exaggeration. >>guest: we have got to sell a lot of great tablets but not mor
aÑo los votantes aprobaron reformar sus pensiones. s.o.t. aaron resendez/comisión asesora de jefe de policía 3:28:01 mira san francisco tiene mucho más policías que san josé y el crimen está casi lo doble que san josé, so eso no es la solución. aaron resendez es parte de la comisin que asesora al jefe de polica en temas de vigilancia.. l considera que el prximo jefe puede convertirse en parte de la solucin. s.o.t. aaron resendez/comisió n asesora de jefe de policía 3:54:18 claro, mejor liderezgo y también mejor trabajo del departamento de policía porque ahorita por ejemplo en el sector privado hay muchas compañias que han recortado su personal y están trabajando más con menos gente. despus de apenas 2 aÑos en el puesto, chris moore anunci que se jubilara a finales de aÑo, los nombres de jerry dyer, jefe de polica fresno, y rick braziel, jefe en sacramento, han sido mencionados como posibles candidatos para el puesto. s.o.t. joseph sánchez/ofna de concejal campos 7:40:19 l quiere el jefe que sea como el police chief que tenemos ahorita, él hizo un gran trabajo aqui e
. this is in a quiet upstate new york town. aaron kettersky has the details. >>reporter: the trap that killed two firefighters and injured three other first responders were set by this man, convicted felon william spangler. he may have also killed his sister. remains were found in the house. there was a chilling note read in part by police chief gerald pickerring. >> i still have to see how much of the neighborhood i can get rid of and burn down and do what i like to do best, killing people. >>reporter: the chief says the note makes clear spangler's intent, but his motive for murdering volunteer firefighters mike chipperini and mike chachucka and setting homes on fire is unknown. he served 17 years in prison for killing his grandmother with a hammer. it's illegal for convicted felons to own guns, but spangler had three in his collection, a bushmaster. >> spangler armed himself heavily and started firing on first responders. essentially it was a combat condition. >>reporter: the two most seriously injured firefighters, john hossstetter and aaron scardino remain in stable condition. john ritter,
last -- yesterday morning, you know to give yourself extra time. back in ten minutes. aaron, over to you. >>> thanks, danella. a search for a man who sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl inside her woodbridge home. this is a composite sketch of the man police are looking for. a good sketch at that. the victim's sister says he got into the home by posing as a cable worker and then threatened the girl with a knife. >> i feel unsafe for her. i'm just worried that he might try to come back or something. i just want my little sister to be protected. >> any idea why she opened the door? he's, you say, threatening her. why did she open the door and let him in. >> he tricked her. he said that was a comcast person. >> the man ran from the home after the girl started kicking and screaming. if you have any information about the assault or have seen the man in this photo, contact police. >>> d.c. police are investigating what they're calling a suspicious death in northeast. officers were called out to the 200 block of i street around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. they found the body of a man. ho
the ball in the basket and you have to be able to do that with some consistency. >> tim: aaron craft's pressure forced another turnover. >> greg: he also knows that most teams don't have mclemore and withey. as he goes to the conference. >> tim: again a reminder. tonight on cbs begins with new back-to-back episodes of "made in jersey" plus "48 hours" tonight only cbs, plus merry christmas, happy new year to both of you. >> clark: and to you, tim, and your lovely ladies. >> greg: and our entire production crew and everybody watching. happy holidays. >> clark: merry and blessed christmas wishes to all. >> tim: and the road to the final four is officially here, and the guys in the truck, everyone that's involved in our coverage throughout the course of the year from all the -- >> greg: happy hanukkah, happy kwanzaa. we get them all. i like to be specific sometimes. i like to give a little personal love. >> tim: you cannot say that enough. does this mean i've got to pick up the check again next week? >> greg: yeah of course. [laughing] >> greg: i thought
putting the ball in the basket and you have to be able to do that with some consistency. >> tim: aaron craft's pressure forced another turnover. >> greg: he also knows that most teams don't have mclemore and withey. as he goes to the conference. >> tim: again a reminder. tonight on cbs begins with new back-to-back episodes of "made in jersey" plus "48 hours" tonight only cbs, plus merry christmas, happy new year to both of you. >> clark: and to you, tim, and your lovely ladies. >> greg: and our entire production crew and everybody watching. happy holidays. >> clark: merry and blessed christmas wishes to all. >> tim: and the road to the final four is officially here, and the guys in the truck, everyone that's involved in our coverage throughout the course of the year, from all the -- >> greg: happy hanukkah, happy kwanzaa. we get them all. i like to be specific sometimes. i like to give a little personal love. >> tim: you cannot say that enough. does this mean i've got to pick up the check again next week? >> greg: yeah, of course. [laughing] >> greg: i thought you knew. >> tim: there i
jewish lobby during a 2008 interview with former peace negotiator aaron david miller who joins us in a moment. >> the political reality is that you intimidate a lot, not you, but the jewish lobby intimidates a lot of people up here. and, yeah, i've always argued against some of the dumb things they do because i don't think it's in the interest of israel, i just don't think it's smart for israel. now, everyone has a right to lobby, it's as it should be, and come see your senator, congressman, if you can get the guy to sign your letter. >> much like what happened with the attacks on susan rice, going after hagel have been able to wage a one-sided campaign. after leaking his name earlier this month, the white house has stayed largely silent. when asked on thursday about hagel's comments, jay carney offered a tend defense. >> i thought you aught to address that question to senator hagel. we are not in a process is and we have been through this with ambassador rice with an effort to go after somebody and you want, we haven't nominated anyone, we have made no personnel announcements. an
to nominate him any day now, replacing outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton. let's bring in aaron david miller, former adviser to six secretaries of state and the vice-president of the woodrow wilson center. a privilege to have you here. thanks for join joining us. >> pleasure, jamie. >> jamie: that's an incredible list of experience. as you look at the choice of john kerry, if he is in fact, selected, would he bring to our nation's safety and security and our relationships with other nations? >> i mean, look, the kerry appointment is safe. it's centrist. he's going to be loyal to the president and he's confirmable. beyond that, i think the central question is, how much influence will he really have? barack obama is the most withholding foreign policy president since richard nixon, all power flows in and out of the white house on most of the cons quential issues with war and peace with regard to the nation. so i think the question is, if barack obama decides to delegate, rather than dominate, which he did not do to his quite talented current secretary of state, then i think the appointm
an autographed hank aaron bat. as a member of congress, you are not allowed to accept a gift valued over $200. so the government took away his back again. tonight, we cannot replace the bat that was taken away from that young boy. but we do give them something that we hope will take its place. ladies and gentlemen, i present to you the first ever recipient to of the lifetime achievement award for services rendered to the asian american community and services rendered to our nation. i give to you secretary mineta. [applause] >> i cannot think of a more appropriate gift tonight than to receive this bat. i want to thank the mayor, and everyone, members of the board of supervisors, for hosting this event tonight. all of us who have had the privilege of serving in public service have gone to that point because we were standing on the shoulders of those who preceded us. i want everybody here to remember that whenever they do in the future, bring everything you are and bring everything you want to the jobs you are going to be doing. there are tremendous opportunities that are out there. asian-pacific am
for 53-year- old aaron williams. >>> fisherman are trying to work out a price. they went on strike when seafood brokers decided to lower the price because of decreased demand. spokesperson said they will meet again at 4:00 this afternoon. >>> president barack obama will continue to battle republicans in a fiscal cliff negotiation. the president spoke at a detroit suburb with axle and engines. he continues to push his plan to raise taxes on the wealthy. >> all congress needs to do is provide a law that will provide taxes on the $250,000 of everybody's income. >> they are trying to enact a right to work law to allow workers to opt out of paying union dues. >>> and in san jose, they are trying to keep social programs in place despite the looming cliff and -- and jeanine della vega joins us with more. >> reporter: these people are protesting cuts politicians want to make they are holding up signs and getting honks from drivers on the road. this group of about 30 people have set up tents in front of the office and they are pleased she supports not cutting back on medicare medicaid and socia
the united states so great. we like to work. tom brady and payton man aaron rodgers don't want to leave the field or lose their jobs. why would we mess with something that makes us the envee of the world. >> the you got to have family relationships. >> and rick who is peyton manning of journalism. >> i am not a big vacationer, i enjoy working which is why lizy is reading my e-mails while she is on vacation. >> it is relevant in recent history. we saw where walmart and other companies required people who want to take off. and everything in this country unless we need you to show up for work. i want to get back foemac. i know how hard you work . there are times, is there been a year whether you used awful your vatime? i don't think you have. >> that's why i feel like i am losing my mind. i got to knock it off. >> and that is interesting. germany and the eu. germany had highest vacation days n eu . they are most productive. >> they make good cars, the germans. >> and the gloth grated is-thirds of our own . once upon a time they were a low tax regime and hours were higher. taxes on work you
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